Kawasaki unveils new small capacity ATV

 

Boasting a CVT transmission, sturdy front and rear racks plus a generous towing capacity, the new Kawasaki KVF300 joins the Kawasaki ATV range as the ideal entry level or small capacity vehicle.

Sure to attract interest among a whole host of working users, the water-cooled, electric-start 271cc machine matches contemporary styling with many practical features including twin front disc brakes and a rear disc with a useful independent parking brake facility.

Rated at 22 horsepower, the SOHC power plant has been engineered for characteristic Kawasaki durability whether in occasional or daily use. In terms of practicality, rider footboards and deeply cleated foot-pegs come as standard, so too digital instruments that include speedometer, trip, fuel and temperature gauges plus a clock and warning lights for neutral, reverse and high beam.

Tuned for operator friendly, predictable response, the chassis and steering also features five way adjustable front and rear suspension plus 155mm of ground clearance.

Speaking about the new working machine, Utility Product Manager for Kawasaki Motors UK, Simon Riches, welcomed the much anticipated addition to the range saying;

"With popular and well thought of machines in the mid and large capacity sectors, there has been considerable and growing demand for a new small capacity Kawasaki ATV from dealers and customers alike.

Whether it be used on a farm, equestrian facility or market garden, we are sure that the new KVF300 will continue the strong Kawasaki tradition of quality design, satisfying return on investment and rugged reliability."

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